Thursday, July 19, 2012


Once again cruelty abounds and where is Nathan Winograd? He ain't there helping to load these pitiful pit bulls, rescued by his faithful cult followers. He ain't there to donate money to rehab these pitiful pit bulls, rescued by his faithful cult followers. He ain't there to take any of these pitiful pit bulls into his home to foster. Where the hell is he and why ain't he there?

And Bett, this is in your backyard, baby. I'm laying bets that some of those dogs will lead right back to you.
Montgomery County Precinct 3 Constable Tim Holifield, who is over Montgomery County Animal Control, headed up the rescue of 298 dogs from a facility on Calvary Road in North Montgomery County on Tuesday, assisted by the Precinct 4 Constable’s Office, the Precinct 1 Constable’s Office, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, the Harris County Precinct 6 Constable’s Office, and the Humane Society of the United States. The hundreds of dogs, mostly Pit Bulls, were allegedly kept in inhumane conditions, with several needing immediate emergency veterinary attention. Ironically, the location where the warrant was executed touted itself as a “dog rescue.” ("No Kill" likes to do that, lie.)

Katie Jarl, HSUS Texas State Director, called the “dog rescue” a “large scale hoarding situation,” and called conditions “absolutely deplorable.”
“We came on-scene today and found conditions were absolutely horrible,” Jarl said. “Many (of the dogs) were living in cramped, stacked cages without access to clean water, veterinary care, and certainly without access to any outdoor enrichment.” ("No Kill" all the way, same description everytime.)
And the story continues to describe those conditions in vivid detail. 
The Constable said since the story broke calls have been coming in from across the country, as far away as New Jersey. People sent animals to the facility believing it was a boarding facility that cared for a breed that many would like to see become extinct.
“Many felt stood greater chance at survival through this rescue organization, only to find out that they have been removed because of deplorable conditions,” he said.
People paid money for boarding of the animals or relinquished them for long-term care and now want to know about reclaiming their dogs, which will be up to a judge. Holifield said proof of ownership will be needed, which can include veterinary records, photos or microchips.
Build it and they will come, even if it is a hellhole for animals, doesn't matter to Natan Whinograd and crew. They only care that an animal is alive, they don't give a shit about the quality of life of animals. 
This is "No Kill" at it's finest hour.
The complaints alleged that several dogs had recently died from heatstroke and were buried in a mass grave on the property. While this particular claim has not yet been proven, veterinarians with the task force found several reasons for concern about the dogs’ health and well-being. Dogs are alleged to have been found on the property malnourished and emaciated, and with severely urine scalded feet from standing in their own waste in undersized cages.
Spindletop Refuge was, for many years, regarded as a reputable pit bull rescue organization, which accepted pit bulls from individuals, shelters, and rescue groups all over the country. It appears that the rescue may have become overwhelmed with too many animals, and too few resources. As often happens when good rescue intentions go wrong, the rescue may have moved from “animal rescue” to “animal hoarding”. Katie Jarl, HSUS Texas State Director, described the situation as a “large scale hoarding situation,” and called conditions “absolutely deplorable.”
That lazy, fat ass, chipmunk cheeked SOB does nothing other than pay lip service, praising himself for doing nothing to help animals. Another scheme of "No Kill" gone bad. The house of cards is falling, the cornerstones are coming up. It's only a matter of time now.


Friends Administrator said...

And they are yelling about not killing the dogs now that they are saved, but they didn't care about the dogs when the same ones put them there to begin with. You know they saw the suffering and if they didn't then they had no business putting a dog in a place that had not been personally vetted first. This is a disgusting feature of the No Kill program.

Anonymous said...

I have been wondering for a long time. What exactly does Whino and the rest of his bunch of nuts do with donations? They claim they are not a rescue. They claim to be animal advocates. You never hear them stepping up in any animal crises situation. They never bust any animal abusers. During a natural disaster you never hear that they are sending their faithful cult followers to help relieve animal suffering. What the fuck do they do besides spew hate??

Anonymous said...

No Kill doesn't keep them alive. It kills them slowly and torturously.


I'm sure they won't be able to find all the mass graves and garbage pits where they dumped the bodies while they preached No Kill and begged for donations so they could kill more.

LIARS! like all the No Kill liars.

The zombies and gullible idiots that believe the No Kill lies and believe these hellholes are "sanctuaries" and ship dogs to these places are as guilty of cruelty as the ones running the place.

Even Best Friensds with MILLIONS AND MILLIONS is letting dogs kill each other at their "sanctuary" and hiding it from the public.

So where is Best Friends to take people's pit bulls? Why didn't they take these dogs instead of Spindletop? They have MILLIONS AND MILLIONS, and they pay triple figure salaries to the people running it. Why don't they let people bring pit bulls to them?

What a bunch of nazis, with their no kill killholes, lying to the fools and scamming them for $$$$$.

Your Quiet Neighbor said...

I'd like to see the Humane Society do the right thing and just put these dogs down.

None of this charade about how they're misunderstood and abused, and with enough loving, they'd make great house pets.

Just put them down. For the sake of the public health and safety.